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  • ROK
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    SVT your 100% right.In the current academy at my prison out of 38 cadets only 7 will be worth a **** they complain about 20 pushups,1/4 mile run.I myself teach DT and i cant wait to get my hands on em.I believe if they dont have HEART they need to go.

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    What's up with these new people? They've never been in a fight in their life. Wouldn't know what to do in an emergency. Are afraid to tell inmates what to do. And the worse part is they are snitches. They are absolutely useless...Don't get me wrong, not all new officers are bad, but the one's that start here, only about 10% are worth a [email protected] An attitutinal adjustment will make a lasting impression. Too bad they are too afraid to.

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  • DOP
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    Originally posted by SVT-LINCOLN View Post
    What ever happened to believeing the word of an officer?
    Agencies began hiring staff not much better than the inmates they're charged with supervising.

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  • rolt
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    Originally posted by ksbrewer View Post
    I would love to see just once one of these liberal pansy groups be indignant over COs being assaulted/mistreated. Good luck with that
    Or have them work a tier for a single shift.

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    The whole system is screwed up. There's no consistancy, especially with these new officers dropping dimes everytime you turn around, and there is no sense of loyalty. As soon as there is a glim light of some old school faithfuls together, they split us up. If we are supposed to be watching each others back, give us some back up.

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  • Hack
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    Originally posted by grunt11b View Post
    Ever since the country turned liberal and started awarding these retards money for bull**** they file on "And makes states and Fed joint scared ****less of a law suites", is when they stopped taking our words. Money "Big lawsuit Money" is worth more then our careers are, in the short term. And thats how the states and what not see it. We are expendable.

    More and more I see the need for liability insurance for being able to continue in this profession. I knew of several officers who have been tried and not found to be in a position of being defended by the BOP. Some of these folks were tried and found innocent, then sent packing afterwards anyway for administrative purposes. I can't say that was right, but it happened.

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  • grunt11b
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    Originally posted by SVT-LINCOLN View Post
    What ever happened to believeing the word of an officer?
    Ever since the country turned liberal and started awarding these retards money for bull**** they file on "And makes states and Fed joint scared ****less of a law suites", is when they stopped taking our words. Money "Big lawsuit Money" is worth more then our careers are, in the short term. And thats how the states and what not see it. We are expendable.

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  • grunt11b
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    Originally posted by CO4NYSsoon2bDI View Post
    Any of you Florida guys know these ex-officers? Is this the true story, or is it all hyped up by the media? Did the s*it hit the fan, and these guys get thrown under the bus?? I wonder!!!

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18557704/
    At least they didn't break the code.

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  • cclawdog
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    Its not just the investigators its the brass too. I heard of a fight on the tier that all available responded. The Shift Commander handed the camera to an officer and was told to keep it pointed at the inmates. Luckily he didn't and got plenty of footage of the combatants and several officers with bloody injuries.

    As far as video being friend or foe.... do your job the right way all the time and you got nothing to worry about.

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  • 1991gulfwarvet
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    +1

    Originally posted by SVT-LINCOLN View Post
    The media loves to make us "convict guards" look like crap. And now since the Crosby era anybody that was considered a good ole boy or hard core-old school officer is automatically guilty. These people that are making these changes should first know what it takes to put this brown uniform on and enter the gates. Outsiders are not cool. Way to go PBA! Thanks for the pay raise! ***** holes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    couldn't have said it better myself.

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  • Hack4NYS
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    Cameras suck...

    Sorry guys but cameras are not the answer. The facility I am transferring out of now, is the Flagship NYS facility!! Over 1200 cameras throughout the facility, and a tape can be pulled in under 10 minutes!! You are unable to get off camera, unless you go to the restroom, and even then, the door is on camera!! Guess what!?!?! The inmates have figured that these are their friends also...now we have to watch out for the cameras as well as the brass!!! Geez.....will it ever end!!!

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  • ROK
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    Not going to happen.What i would like to see is these liberals walk in our shoes for at least a week.Being all alone with hundreds of inmates on the rec field breaking up fights,all alone like we are with just a radio that dont work and a half empty can of gas.....

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  • ksbrewer
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    I would love to see just once one of these liberal pansy groups be indignant over COs being assaulted/mistreated. Good luck with that

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  • Hack
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    Originally posted by SVT-LINCOLN View Post
    What ever happened to believeing the word of an officer?


    Good question. That is why on calculated uses of force, within the BOP anyway, that we have proper video documentation. We also rehearse everything that we do, so we full well know what our job is during a calculated use of force. It has helped us quite a bit. The trouble with people is that they have heard of all the "wrong" done by an officer towards inmates, not enough by inmates toward officers. Even then, if they heard that an inmate did wrong towards an officer, the general public has such a skewed view of what we do, that they generally go in favor of the inmate, (or it seems that way).

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    What ever happened to believeing the word of an officer?

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